Why executive leaders in higher education, looking for creative ways to keep veteran employees engaged, should consider establishing veteran employee resource groups.
11/24/20 - Arizona State University
A military veteran, with nearly 10 years of soldiering behind her, is using her own transition to student life after military service to create a new campus group.
11/20/20 - Military Times
According to a new study, it pays to be a veteran. In all states, except one, veterans earn more on average than non-veterans.
11/19/20 - HigherEdJobs
Our university and college campuses are diverse communities that often have many informative and meaningful events taking place on campus (and now virtually). Engaging the larger campus community in these events is essential for our diverse communities to interact and learn from one another. In this month's Higher Ed Careers interview, in honor of November being National Veterans and Military Families Month, we focus on how to best engage the larger campus community in military-connected events.
Walking a Gender Tightrope: A Qualitative Study of Female Student Veterans’ Experiences within Military and Campus Cultures
11/18/20 - NASPA Journal About Women in Higher Education
This study highlights how the complexity of identity can complicate our understanding and support of female student veterans on campus.
11/17/20 - Brown University
A multimillion-dollar gift, from Joseph P. Healey, will help Brown University reach its goal of doubling the number of U.S. military veterans enrolled as undergraduates.
11/16/20 - NPR
The new National Native American Veterans Memorial on the National Mall in Washington, D.C., opened on Veterans Day.